Kazakhstan reports on oil and gas condensate exports

Dec 15, 2003 01:00 AM

Kazakhstan exported 37.20 mm tons of oil and gas condensate from January to October 2003, 16 % more than a year earlier.
In dollar terms, these export were worth $ 5.85 bn, 1.5 times more than a year earlier, the National Statistics Agency told.

Natural gas imports amounted to 7.17 bn cm (up 8 %) and were worth $ 210.7 mm, or 8 % more than a year earlier. In addition, Kazakhstan exported 1.6 mm tons of petroleum products worth $ 205.1 mm -- respectively 1.6 times and 1.95 times more than a year earlier.
Imports of petroleum products amounted to 774,300 tons (86 %) and were worth $ 180 mm (117 %.) From January to October, Kazakhstan produced 37.87 mm tons of crude oil and 4.87 mm tons of gas condensate.

Source: Interfax Information Services
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